Eugene Volokh, the UCLA law prof who supports gay marriage, once wrote that one of the key goals of the gay rights movement is to punish and marginalize people who in private life hold views they see as anti-gay. I'm working on a column for Sunday in which I discuss why it's in the interest of prudent social conservatives and prudent gay rights activists to come to some sort of settlement that would allow for gay marriage while establishing a zone of protection of religious liberty around religious institutions, for the sake of religious freedom. But I fear that the gay rights movement isn't interested in that -- that it's only interested in crushing its enemies. The blacklisting of the Mormon director is a very bad sign.
These morons have incorrectly and stupidly connected the dots. People with disordered minds and high risk, unnatural behavior covet what they cannot have. As a result they mock marriage. Maybe they do not realize that because they are insane and unnatural. Forty-eight percent of the people of California have been so dumbed-down by moral relativism that they do not see the next step or dangers to all of us when you allow the mocking of marriage, the cornerstone of our culture. Fools, all!
posted on 11/15/2008 4:09:38 AM PST
Standing by your convictions is easy enough to do when they are popular. But what about when they fall out of favor? If eternal verities are what they are, they will not be affected by what Man does and no one who believes in God allows the world to seduce them away from what is right and true.
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus
posted on 11/15/2008 4:17:45 AM PST
(In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
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